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Airline industry and FAA vow cooperation on multibillion satellite program

Collaboration and information-sharing are at the heart of NextGen , says agency official.

Issa calls for federal program sunset commission

California Republican recommends appointing independent experts to review necessity of government programs.

GI bill, sagging economy boost military recruiting

Defense personnel official says armed services met their fiscal 2010 goals of recruiting a total of 165,291 new active-duty service members.

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Poll: Americans believe government is too large

Survey respondents suggest firing elected officials and reducing spending.

USDA Native American case moves closer to resolution

The class action suit claims the Agriculture Department discriminated against Native Americans who applied for farm loans.

Survey finds public satisfied with federal call centers

Government-run facilities improving, but still lag behind services private sector provides.

Lawmakers urge deficit panel to back Defense cuts

Gates has proposed cutting more than $100 billion within the department's budget over the next five years.

Dems Batten Down the Hatches

Will 2010 losses be even greater than 1994?

Gates reaffirms Defense commitment to South Korea

The two countries recently held joint military exercises, initiated in response to North Korea's sinking of a South Korean warship.

Commandos might have killed British aid worker

Prime Minister David Cameron went out of his way to praise the U.S. military for its role in the botched rescue.